When faced with medical decisions, the right choice is not always easy. Assimilating information from physicians (especially when utilizing Dr. Google!) can be confusing and conflicting. While “getting a second opinion” is often a good idea, getting that first opinion may be more difficult, especially when it comes to[…]
With September being Peripheral Artery Disease Awareness Month, we wanted to focus on this disease as over 8 million Americans suffer from it, and it can be associated with a host of other issues such as heart disease and stroke.
As a medical practice that values transparency and education, we believe an educated patient is our best patient. As such, our goal is to provide a customized health plan that meets your needs and delivers the right care for the right reasons in the right manner!
To help mark National Stroke Awareness Month this May, The Vein Instiute of NJ wants to make you aware of this disease, its link to carotid artery disease, and the steps for early detection.
When you hear the term vascular surgeon, you may think you only need to see one when you need surgery. However, today’s vascular surgeon does so much more than surgery. Vascular surgeons are specially trained to collaborate with other medical professionals to develop patient-centered care plans.
As experienced vascular doctors, we have cared for people with varicose and spider veins since 1963. Beyond the medical issues and advances in care that we have seen, we have also had the opportunity to hear our patient concerns about vein treatment and some of the common myths and general misinformation that exists.